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Another Mile Stone Towards Public Training Outside Kuching – BINTULU!

Posted on 17 June 2015


Neville Clarke successfully conducted another session of “Effective Implementation of Document Control System” at New World Suites Bintulu, Sarawak on 19th May 2015. The first session was conducted on 17th April 2015 in Bintulu.
Various companies participated in this training, namely Press Metal Bintulu Sdn Bhd (Bintulu), Press Metal Sarawak Sdn Bhd (Mukah) ,Super Glory Industries Sdn Bhd (Bintulu), Sarawak Energy Berhad (Bintulu) and IOT Management Sdn Bhd (Kuching) which was delivered by Ms. Nancy Chan (Certified Trainer by (PSMB) Pusat Sumber Manusia Berhad), a full time consultant for Neville-Clarke (M) Sdn Bhd working in Kuching.
 
This 1 day training provided an introductory understanding of document and record control for all media and forms and practical methodologies for its implementation. Document control addresses the development, approval, distribution and disposition of the obsolete, whereas record control covers the identification, filing, maintenance, and disposition. 
 
The approach(s) proposed are easy-to-implement and suitable for companies complying with management systems standards such as ISO 9001 (Quality), ISO 14001 (Environment), OHSAS 18001 (Occupational Safety & Health), FSSC ISO 22000 (Food Safety). 
 
The participants commented that this course was very good and well delivered by the trainer with case studies related to their industries. They found this course was relevant and beneficial to their job scope. They were able to gain new knowledge from this training and enhance their document control skills.
 
Our trainer Ms. Nancy also took this opportunity to announce the release of our newly designed Neville Clarke website and encourage participants to take part in Neville Clarke 25th Year Anniversary Giveaway Learn, Snap & Win Contest by sending in their Selfie or Wefie photo during the training and stand a chance to win shopping vouchers worth RM250! 
 
 


Photo above: Group photo of Consultant Ms. Nancy Chan with participants